For Sale By:Private Seller
Options: Sunroof, Cassette Player, CD Player
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Drive Type: AUTOMATIC
Disability Equipped: No
Thanks for interested. The diesel conversion had been completed by MB Mechanic that spend over 400 hrs. This was a 100% conversion, not cheaply done just engine and transmission, but she had been done all down to the component levels, control systems and hardwares and all related components from bumper to bumper that made this diesel wagon exactly as it designed by MB for European model 1995 w124 wagon/Estate.
In US model 1987 was the last import diesel wagon with OM603 engine. OM606 engine was introduced for Mercedes w124 and w210 diesel up to 1997, and then it changed back to turbo after 1999. The 1987 diesel was famous for leaking head gasket, then OM606 non -turbo was the improvement of OM603, this engine has zero rust and low mileage non-turbo engines (<130,000 miles). This California car is absolutely beautiful no rusts had passed all referee strict examined and safety inspections and would pass all inspections of all states in continental US and overseas without any doubts. The senior Mercedes experts and mechanics had agreed this is a complete and done as it suppose to be and an excellent car. You wouldn’t see another nice wagon E300D like this. The production tag for this chassis was Oct /95. This was the last group w124 wagon came out of production line.
It has light Base exterior with palomino MB-Tex interior. Straight 6-Cylinders, 3.0 liters, diesel non turbo, dual overhead cam, 4-speed automatic transmission, power assisted ABS 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel independent suspension, power sunroof, A/C and heat climate control, power windows, central locking, power steering, cruise control, original Becker AM/FM stereo with power antenna, electrically heated rear windshield, quartz chronometer, 8-ways adjustable front bucket seats, front and rear center folding arm rest, halogen head lamps, halogen fog lamps, 2-speed windshield wiper, zebrano wood dash trim. There are a few minor rock chips and scratches, a small dents at driver side rear corner near the bumper, and the overall very presentable for daily driver or show room. The polished aluminum trims and chromes are in excellent condition. Both the front and rear bumpers are in original good condition, has some minor scratches. New Michelin tires. The grill is good condition. Original factory glass has minor stone chip. The car had never been driven on salted roads, so the under carriage looks as new, no rust.
The interior is shown of normal wear, but cushions and springs are in good condition, no broken springs or damage seats. All of the accessory switches, knobs, and buttons are in excellent condition.
None Smogs required for this wagon or diesel cars weight less than 7500 lb in US for model 1997 and earlier.
Will answer question as quick as I can due to health condition and thanks for looking.
CARFAX of E300D 1995 Donor:
1995 Mercedes-Benz E Class E300D
Report Run Date: 2012-05-17 23:43:17.322 EST
Class: Upscale - Luxury
Engine: 3.0L I6 FI
Country of Assembly: Germany
Vehicle Age: 18 year(s)
Calculated Owners: 1
Model: E Class E300D
Style/Body: Sedan 4D
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Vehicle: 1995 Mercedes-Benz E Class E300D (WDBEB31E7SC075919)
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